When Ford unleashed its sixth-generation Bronco just a few years again, it shortly grew to become one of many hottest new autos within the gearhead universe—and we knew it was solely a matter of time earlier than the gang at Summit Racing received their fingers on one.
And now, that point has come.
For its Ford Bronco construct collection, the Summit Racing of us are taking a inventory 2022 Bronco and giving it some key upgrades to make it an much more versatile off-roader—and it’s staying road authorized. Higher but, they’re doing it as an homage to the Mexican 1,000-winning 1969 Bronco pushed by legendary racer Rod Corridor.
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After taking its Mission Baja Bronco out into the wild just a few instances, the Summit Racing staff needed to vary issues up a bit with a easy entrance bumper swap.
The gang selected a brand new DV8 Offroad OE Plus Series bumper as a result of it provides a smidge of extra tire clearance. Maybe extra importantly, the brand new bumper extra carefully mimics the Bronco’s manufacturing unit one—which suggests it’s a very good match for the retro look of the unique Rod Corridor Bronco that impressed your complete venture. Although the smaller bumper means ditching the Warn winch, there’s nonetheless loads of room to stuff in a new Hella light bar.
Lastly, your complete Mission Baja Bronco collection nears its thrilling conclusion with some ending touches on its throwback-themed vinyl wrap. (When you’ve by no means utilized a vinyl wrap earlier than, you’ll get a very good take a look at the method on this episode.)
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